Last week for Top 5 Wednesday I listed the movies I like just as much as their books, and the week before that I listed the movies I think are better than the books. Today I’m wrapping up this theme with the top 5 movies I thought did its book an injustice. There are MANY that could be on this list, but I’ve limited it to the worst offenders. Continue reading “T5W: Movies I Think Ruin The Books”
Top Ten Tuesday is currently hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Spring 2020 TBR, but since I’ve recently discussed my 2020 TBR and March TBR for various readathons, I’m going to do a past topic instead: Books With Single-Word Titles. Continue reading “TTT: Books With Single-Word Titles”
Last week for Top 5 Wednesday I listed the movies I think are better than the books. Today I’m discussing the top 5 movies I like just as much as the books they’re based on (plus a bonus 6th because I can’t help myself). Continue reading “T5W: Movies I Like Just As Much As The Books”
Top Ten Tuesday is currently hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Authors Who Have a Fun Social Media Presence. Continue reading “TTT: Authors Who Have a Fun Social Media Presence”
To go along with the Women’s History Month Readathon, Margaret @ Weird Zeal has created a Women’s History Book Tag! Thanks for tagging me, Margaret. It was so difficult to choose only one book per prompt because so many fit, but here are my responses. Continue reading “Tag: Women’s History Book Tag”
Today I’m talking about my 2020 TBR and getting nerdy with spreadsheets and checklists. Continue reading “TBR: 2020 (Goals & Spreadsheets & Checklists, Oh My!)”
Today for Top 5 Wednesday I’m discussing the top 5 movies I like better than the books. There are probably more that I could have put on this list instead of what I have, but these are the first 5 that came to mind. Continue reading “T5W: Movies I Like Better Than The Books”
Last month I read a total of five books. I track stats including genre, special formats like plays or graphic novels, some types of representation for authors and main characters, and my star ratings. I also track the different book “projects” I’ve created for myself. You can read the descriptions for each project on my About page.
The stats for last month’s books are: Continue reading “Wrap Up: February 2020”
The final readathon I’ll be participating in this month is March of the Mammoths Round 2.
I absolutely love the name. 😀 Find out more about the creator and the readathon in the announcement video.
It’s both a very simple readathon and a very difficult one. There’s only one challenge: read a book with 800+ pages. Whew!
For Round 2 of March of the Mammoths, I’ll be reading:
Time for my TBR for the second readathon I’ll be participating in during March!
This readathon, as you might imagine, is all about reading books written by women. You can read the full details at the creator’s blog, Weird Zeal, and follow the readathon on Twitter. Continue reading “TBR: Women’s History Month Readathon”